Tiffany Cammidge is an English language and communications lecturer at Khalifa University with over 12 years of teaching experience. Prior to joining Khalifa University, Tiffany served as an English Course Coordinator of the Academic Bridge Programs of the Petroleum Institute and Zayed University, both in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Tiffany received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Alberta, Canada, her Master’s degree in Education from the University of Toronto, Canada, and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Education from the University of Calgary, Canada, with a focus on educational research and leadership. Tiffany’s expertise is teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL), with a focus on English for academic purposes (EAP) in higher education. Tiffany’s research interests include educational leadership, educational technology, evaluation and assessment, and the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL).
- Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Alberta, Canada.
- Master’s degree in Education from the University of Toronto, Canada
- Danaher M. M., Schoepp, K., Rhodes, A., & Cammidge, T. (2019, April). Student proficiency profiles through the computing professional skills assessment. Paper presented at the IEEE EDUCON: Global Engineering Education Conference 2019, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
- Johnson, P., Anderson, A., & Cammidge, T. (2019). EdTech & EdTeach: Exploring the Integration of Educational Technology through Teacher Education. In W. Zoghbor, S. Eyad, & T. Alexiou (Eds.) Proceedings from the Applied Linguistics & Language Teaching 2018 Conference.
- Cammidge, T. (2015). Virtual vs. real field trips: Designing an opinion essay. In C. Gitsaki & T. A. Waller (Eds.), Recipes for the wireless classroom: Mobile learning activities (pp. 55-62). Dubai: TESOL Arabia.
- Bougadis, G. & Cammidge, T. (2011). Edmodo: Q&A about an excellent tool for the teacher’s toolbox. Teachers of English as a Second Language of Ontario: Contact, 37(4), 23-27. http://www.teslontario.net/uploads/publications/contact/ContactWinter2011.pdf